Well, if people who are blind are choosing to use a method
that requires two to three times as many keystrokes to do the
same task, that is certainly their right and I say more power
I just logged into gmail on the web.
Yes, it is far better than it was a few years ago.
But, using a gmail account with Outlook, means when I arrow
down my inbox, I hear who it is from, the subject and the
That was one keypress.
If I go to the gmail web page, It takes three keystrokes to
get from one subject (without knowing the sender) to get to
the next message subject. The extra keystrokes are going
passed the select check mark and the Star check mark.
So, this is really user preference and I want to be really
clear, I am not making any value judgement that one way is
better than another.
I like the way I do it is all.
"Great minds discuss
ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people." -- Eleanor
On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 05:08 PM, Richard
so long as you are accessing the email with an
application and not using them through their web site.
But my point, along with offering a couple of email client
options, is that using webmail is precisely what should be
done, and far more often.
The days when webmail was mostly inaccessible is long gone.
There seems to be a great deal of "slow on the uptake" of
this fact. And there are a number of folks who post here,
on the NVDA Group, and on the Win10 for Screen Reader Users
Group who use Gmail webmail as their primary email access
method. If significant gyrations were necessary on a
routine basis that would not be the case.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit,
Version 20H2, Build 19042
many who labor under the gross misapprehension that
the Constitution is a cage and a laundry-list rather
than a framework upon which great things have been
and still will be built. Many things that are
entirely Constitutional are not "in the
Constitution," but are allowed under it.